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DAP 33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing
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DAP

33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing

$798 /each
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Product Overview

The DAP '33' 1 qt. Window Glazing is a ready-to-use, knife-grade compound designed for interior and exterior use with metal and wood window sashes. The glazing adheres to the sash and the glass to form an airtight, watertight seal that resists sagging, shrinking, chalking and cracking. The formula stays flexible throughout minor expansion and contraction.

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  • Use on metal and wood window sashes to create an airtight and watertight seal
  • 1 container seals up to 50 sq. ft.
  • Dries clear and can be painted to match your decor
  • Resists mildew growth for durability
  • Withstands up to 100 lb. of hydrostatic pressure for optimal sealing
  • Dries to the touch in 168 hrs.
  • Requires only 2 coats to efficiently seal windows
  • Ready to use with no need for pre-mixing
  • Click here to learn more about waterproofing
  • Online price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 QT-Quart
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
50

Details

Application Method
Trowel
Coating Product Category
Waterproofer/Sealer
Color/Finish
White
Dry to the touch (hours)
168
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Maximum hydrostatic pressure (lb.)
100
Number of coats recommended
2
Paint/Stain Base Material
Latex
Paint/Stain Key Features
Dries Clear,Mildew Resistant
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Masonry, Stucco & Brick
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Wood
Time before recoating (hours)
3
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See Use and Care Manual

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Customer Questions & Answers

once i use the product can I set the windows up vertically in a corner to cure?

I have 5 windows that I have replaced glass and then re-glazed. While I have the patience to wait it out I want to understand where is the best place to leave them now- can I stand them all up in a corner? Could I install them in the the space they are going and just paint when the time comes?
Asked by: AJB
you said to prime and paint as soon after application as possible Mike? what about the curing process? hu? AJB
Answered by: AJB
Date published: 2016-09-01

will heat gun or hair dryer speed up skinning I need to paint quickly

will heat gun or hair dryer speed up skinning I need to paint quickly
Asked by: 66glazier
The application of heat, by way of a hair dryer, would have little to no benefit towards shortening the product's dry time.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2017-07-02

Cold temps ok inside & does it NEED to be painted? I need to reglaze my single pane wood windows ...

Cold temps ok inside & does it NEED to be painted? I need to reglaze my single pane wood windows but I don't want to paint over the natural finish of the wood. It's beautiful. One review said to paint it or it will dry and crack. What are my options? Also, it's almost January in MN so I'm doing this to hopefully save some heating costs. Will it stick ok if I just do the inside for now?
Asked by: nikkid93
DAP '33' Glazing must be applied and allowed to dry at a minimum temperature of 40 F., lower air or surface temperatures will add significantly to the full dry time. DAP '33' Glazing must be primed and painted. Detail product application guidance can be found at dap.com.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2017-04-26

How long can you wait to smooth out the glazing

Asked by: ed
DAP '33' Glazing should be tooled (smoothed) immediately after application.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2016-08-03
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Customer Reviews

33 ft. 1 qt. Window Glazing is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best all around glazing I am restoring 39 windows in my 1936 colonial. Way too cost prohibitive to hire out. I've been at it for 2 years; my only experience, I am a lawyer by trade, is with my own windows. I have found DAP 33 "easy" to use and there is a uniform consistency from can to can. Simply work it in your hand, apply and cut it with whatever knife you can work with. I keep a little linseed oil on hand and occasionally lightly coat my knife if I find it dragging. It took a couple windows to improve my technique, but I can do a 6 over 6 in an hour or so. I tried Sher Wms glazing (I use their paint), but too sticky and much harder to work with. Bottom line, if you have some experience, this product works as advertised.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Online instructions and tips would be nice On line instructions and tips to use product would be nice. Print on tub is difficult to read being both small and blurred.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I own many old houses and this is the tried and true material for glazing windows. That said it's... I own many old houses and this is the tried and true material for glazing windows. That said it's not simple to use and you could easily get frustrated if you don't know how to use it. There are several YouTube videos that are helpful. DAP now has an alternative glazing product in a tube but I tried it once and went back to this original because it's much easier to work with once you know how.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Like flour and water Had a difficult time applying it, possibly it was "old stock" the consistency was like flour and water and did not adhere well to the glass or oil base primer. I installed to 10 X 32' panes in a door with it. Comes back off very easy regardless of the pressure I used to apply it and it is very soft. I am in my 70's and have done this many times but possibly I missed something. It did get the job done but took three times as long as normal. I hope it sets up a little so I can paint it before the cold weather comes.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Will this ever cure? applied this product over 2 months ago and it still has not cured enough to paint. I will use a different product in the future.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 6 month dry time I've been glazing windows for 6 years now and I'm tired of hanging sashes taking them out later to paint. it's like the job is never done.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I do not recommend this product AT ALL. Firstly, you need a magnifying glass to read the instruct... I do not recommend this product AT ALL. Firstly, you need a magnifying glass to read the instructions on the container. When you finally read the instructions, it says it takes 7-14 days to be dry enough to paint over AND the paint must be OIL BASED. I am painting a house with Behr exterior latex. It has been raining every few days and this junk will never dry. If this glazing gets hit with rain, I'll have to reapply. Glad this is my own house, 'cause what professional wants to come back to a job site WEEKS later to paint over this stuff??
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rather use this than any other! I can use a clean putty knife and I actually enjoy seeing the res... Rather use this than any other! I can use a clean putty knife and I actually enjoy seeing the results. Every house I have bought needed the window panes glazed. That's because no one wants to do it! The Dap window glazing in a caulking tube is okay but I have small hands and the caulking gun is hard for me to control.
Date published: 2017-04-15
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